After the departures of Wink Martindale and Jim Caldwell, "Tic Tac Dough" returned in 1990 with a brand new format. The main game round remained the same with categories and a three X or three O win, but the BIGGEST change was the bonus round. As with the ORIGINAL tic Tac Dough, the dragon was still used, but instead of Tic and Tac, there was a Dragonslayer. The remaining squares had either Xs or Os shuffling at random, and the player decided which letter to play as. The player pressed the hand-held remote when he/she was ready to stop the board. If the player got a Tic Tac Toe of Xs or Os, he/she wins. If the player finds The Dragonslayer, he/she automatically wins. And, of course, if the dragon is found, the game is over. In late 1990, Sarah Purcell took over "Tic Tac Dough," and a new character was added to the bonus round: A beautiful Amazon. The Amazon, when found with The Dragonslayer, gave the player a win. Of course, the dragon was still used in Sarah Purcell's version, but she also brought back the famous Dragon Finder game. The Dragon Finder didn't last long, and soon both Sarah and Tic Tac Dough were "sent away," never to be seen again.